Civil Engineering

Civil Engineering

Civil engineering is the professional practice of designing and developing infrastructure projects.

This can be on a huge scale, such as the development of nationwide transport systems or water supply networks, or on a smaller scale, such as the development of individual roads or buildings.

Reinforced Concrete

Reinforced Masonry

Earth Retaining Structures

Stormwater & Sewer Systems

Foundations (Deep, Shallow)

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Reinforced Concrete

reinforced concrete, concrete in which steel is embedded in such a manner that the two materials act together in resisting forces. The reinforcing steel—rods, bars, or mesh—absorbs the tensile, shear, and sometimes the compressive stresses in a concrete structure.

Reinforced Masonry

Reinforced brick masonry (RBM) consists of brick masonry which incorporates steel reinforcement embedded in mortar or grout. This masonry has greatly increased resistance to forces that produce tensile and shear stresses.


Engineering works created through the moving or processing of parts of the earth’s surface involving quantities of soil or unformed rock.

Earth Retaining Structures

Retaining structures are walls, dams, barriers, or bins that hold Earth materials or water in place or keep Earth materials or water from encroaching into an area. Retaining structures also are used to create stable surfaces for building pads, roads, bridge abutments, or wharves.

Stormwater & Sewer System

Creates drains that carry surface water runoff from rain, melting snow, and overflow from lawn water. These sewers convey this runoff to water bodies such as catch basins, rivers and lakes.

Foundations (Deep & Shallow)

Also create shallow foundation can be constructed in as little as a one-foot depth, whereas a deep foundations is formed at a depth of 10-300 feet. As such, a shallow foundation is used for projects that are small or lighter-weight buildings, and deep foundations for larger or hillside developments, or those on poor soil.


durable surfacing of a road, airstrip, or similar area. The primary function of a pavement is to transmit loads to the sub-base and underlying soil. Modern flexible pavements contain sand and gravel or crushed stone compacted with a binder of bituminous material, such as asphalt, tar, or asphaltic oil.

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